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We caught Much Ado About Nothing this past summer. Can't beat free entertainment. Talent was exceptional as were the sets and costumes. Bring a lawn chair of you can. Most people brought picnic fare but there were also refreshments for a fee.
Shakespeare in Delaware Park is a "must do" summer outing if you live in Western New York. Not only is this a terrific way to spend a beautiful evening in an absolutely beautiful outdoor space with family and friends, but you are also spending your...More
Professional acting, above average staging, sub par sound (if you are not close enough, some of the dialogue is lost). In general it is one of the best ways to spend a lovely summer evening. I will attend every play that is offered.
We attended opening night to see King Lear. It was a beautiful evening. I was visiting Buffalo from Florida. We took camp chairs, submarine sandwiches and sat on the grassy hill to enjoy the play. It was wonderful! The acting was excellent, as was the...More
Buffalo is in the midst of a Renaissance- great restaurants, museums and Shakespeare. I got to see “Much Ado About Nothing”- the casting was atypical (a refreshing change) and the cast was great. It was a wonderful romp on a beautiful summer night. Pack a...More
On the final Tuesday evening of Shakespeare in Delaware Park we quickly arrived to get seats and to save spots for friends traveling some distance to enjoy one of Buffalo’s wonderful summertime favorites that we look forward to each season. We were really excited to...More
Great venue, very laid back atmosphere, bring your own beer/ wine and eats and enjoy a very well professionally done play. Lawn chair or blankets are welcome ,hot dog cart very reasonably priced,free street parking, port a potties, photos with cast at intermission while they...More
A nice walk through the park led us to a hill & a stage. The kids played at the nearby playground & walked along the lake, while we set up our blankets on the hill, down in front of the stage. Open your wine &...More